No. Morbidity and mortality (M&M) rounds cannot be accredited for MOC Section 3 credits because they typically review one patient/physician at a time. This is not considered feedback on performance in practice. A formal audit and feedback on a minimum… Read more »
Each journal article you read that you have deemed has had a significant impact on your learning or practice can be recorded in Section 2:Self-Learning: Reading or Bulk Reading). In addition, you may read journal articles and/or books with the… Read more »
You may report the new learning acquired while preparing or researching for your teaching sessions or presentations under Section 2 as a personal learning project (PLP).
There are several options available for you to receive MOC credits: The time you spend participating in any part of the examination process – from setting the exam standards, to being an examiner can be claimed as an activity for… Read more »
PhD or Master’s programs can be submitted at 25 credits per course in Section 2 under Formal Course.